Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Sheath, Handle Feel, Blade Material
Not my first Buck 110 folding hunter
I have and own several BUCK 110 folding hunter knives I have a older 1974-1980 with macasser ebony wood handle and 440C steel it’s officially retired now due to being sharpened down. Also have a 2012 which I bought new back then and is my primary hunting knife every year since buying it new. Then I have a 2018 Alaskan guide series 110 with S30V steel that I have put up it’s not a everyday carry knife. Then I have my new 2019 110 with the new macasser ebony wood handle that they went back to at the beginning of 2019 just bought it last week and it’s going to be my everyday carry from now on except hunting season then I’ll carry my 2012 110 but no matter what I do their will always be a Buck 110 on my belt everyday. I have used my 110 for countless camping chores and opening boxes or cutting them up to burn in a fire ring. When sharpening the 110 I really recommend getting a hard and soft Arkansas sharpening stone and sharpen it that way it will get it really scary sharp.